He realises what he has lost as a result of his avaricious life, when he sees the daughter of his sweetheart, and regrets that he is not a father.
The spirit takes Scrooge to the countryside where he was raised. Dickens shows an image of a new and changed character.
He was born on February 7,in Portsmouth which is located on the southern coast of England. During this period, a number of writers, including Dickens, wrote about the need for social justice and a fairer society.
Scrooge prefers to remain alone and to horde his money, while Miss Furnivall fought with her sister, and did not value their connection as sisters.
Perhaps he is no longer a miser but, by this description, Scrooge still plays the role of a capitalist oppressor, commanding underlings to fetch him luxuries Here, he discovers how large of a family Cratchitt has, and notices a disability in one of the children.
Here, Dickens portrays himself in the character of Scrooge, as he too was sent to a boarding school where he spent Christmases, and was forced to do so by a cruel and unloving father.
Scrooge started changing his personality and life-style throughout the novella. This again, is an example of pathetic fallacy.
The Ghost of Christmas present uses two disfigured children under his cloak.